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>> last year rehab the hearing with the end coulter speech. i think about my partner and i did as a dark ready for our radio show and looked at the phenomenon of the renaissance of the conservative woman today there more informed, engaged, articulate and irritating the left more than ever before. [applause] when it comes due negative board of exasperatingly
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liberals there is no one better than a ann coulter. my husband did a brief stint with the world wrestling federation there is a particular better for that comes to mind when she enters into the ring the smack down. all you have to do is look at that hour, kb current comedy to aldermen comment tj john. she was merciful but stephanopoulos and of list goes on. my favorite was the most favorite on the view. with debbie debut of that was the unfair match of she was all by herself and their results before of them opposing her. but there are a few verbal
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debates that deserve to be pay-per-view events. last week between governor romney and a president. you will enjoy that one. [laughter] to make between congressman paul ryan and the vice president joe biden should be fun. and an coulter reverses will be goldberg. i have to say that would be extremely wrong cited because there would have to stop every response just like last night. the it team a factor aside is she is courageous. truly courageous and is willing to use her satirical highlights for issues of the day describes itself as the polemicist to likes to stir the pot and does not pretend
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to be impartial or about list. her background has prepared her well as a lawyer and graduated with honors from cornell, graduate of michigan and what school and author of eight new times bestsellers the ladies of the few are the only ones that have not read your book. and "mugged" racial demagoguery from the seventies to obama" i encourage your ready-to-eat it. i felt so on burgeoned and liberated i will get his rid of those bottled words. >> lazy, angry, constitution, e xperienced, holding down the fort, peanut butter, community organizer, the black hole
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and apartment and black share. i know i am not role i will say the most restatement that seems to be by the courage to view please forgive me they can most think of i am not voting for president obama. [applause] i feel better. say that to the person next you as well. all joking aside to bear huge tax on the aside they can say very toxic comments and not be held to the same standard. dr. hill you may have see the recent article 15 most over redid route -- white people from columbus, ronald reagan and is shakespeare.
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the only worse speaking those words than a black person and stepping out of line. stay q4 stepping up four per cent volume a. is a beef and near if it was not so wrong. liberty is meaningless and it is not just a freedom of speech i will leave you with this the most accurate comment about her current book came from "the american spectator", "mugged" is not just a book but a public service. i agree wholeheartedly. and colder is a public
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service and i would take that over commander -- a community organizer and a day. please join me to welcome ann coulter 55. [cheers and applause] >> i hope this isn't like the chris christie speech. i did briefly a runoff with a biker buy came back. i am who paid by introduction is not longer than my speech because i will try something new. are worked very hard i write them out and rearrange them to make sure there are enough jokes and then memorize them and 1/2 no
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speech for this. but i wrote the book. so i know how it goes. [laughter] i that i could describe it but you have to remind the liberals that they think they have not done so well to destroy me more than any book i have ever written i have never had of books so ignored by the mainstream media. i have changed remind i have maintained ferociously the liberals cannot learn if you cut taxes you get more revenue to the treasury. they cannot learn so they call to suck up but they key on learned if they attacked ann coulter she sells more books. i love those gals on the view and want to kiss every
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one of them before left. those of you who are familiar with the actual history of the bill of rights or who have read my book notice that they had not but that was great because they believe everything "the new york times" believes they've would not argue is may but the view would. white guilt never produced anything good. don't make the same mistake again. it had to come out before the election. i am against it. [laughter] liberals have been the primary practitioner and a start with ratio demagoguery when every police shooting where the black kid was treated suddenly the klan
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had taken over the police force. they are finn natgas of various poses and mike trayvon martin they just dusts -- disappear with the facts came out you never see the final article attention readers, that story we have been hysterical about. [laughter] actually he was muddying the copper ore he did ambush because they would disappear from the news. one of the best of my coat was called to become artist it takes a dozen cops to subdue him two weeks later he was in a comment if he
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dies of pneumonia say they he died as a result of police brutality. the cops are put on trial for manslaughter and are acquitted the "new york times" the editorial was remembering my goal that no justice could be done now flashed to the rosenbaum case with all sharpton who has many cameo appearances. i have forgotten everything he was involved in. [laughter] and once put on trial and there was sick a parade and in the midst he is caught with a bloody knife running for where he was laying
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nine. identify sam and then he confesses to the crime. the mostly black jury acquits him and the "new york times" editorial the next day was we will never know who killed in no sense of of this is what we went through the '70s and '80s with the arc of my book the middle part is when it changed overnight with the o.j. verdict. tennis 3:00 p.m. 1995 went wide america saw the majority black jury eight acquit the what celebrity and blacks america ugh cheered the verdict america said the white guilt bank has shut down. overnight. [applause] not only would of fulfilling that happened to discourse and relations but to black
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people suddenly and -- justice jackson and all sharpener not the sole spokesperson certainly those policies of welfare reform law and order they have been demagogue when nixon says law-and-order we know what he talks about. those were reagan and bush and rudy guiliani bless his soul tens of thousands of black lives were saved when will fare was one of the reform to blacks of lives were saved in a different way law-and-order was so saved and bill clinton took credit for both. [laughter] and we have 12 years of paradise where i describe the many wonderful things that happened. people are not walking on
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eggshells is a more. people had to be worried you would innocently say a word then you would ruin your career, you'd be hated by all of humankind. that was after over at o.j.. changes are subtle but it was wonderful for race relations in america. and happened along time ago then comes the most liberal candidate as barack obama it is the two for. a liberal president and his critics by:the reese's. and now with the bombing it comes back. we're walking on eight shells. although not very delicately [laughter] hence my introduction of. [laughter] i am going to a debate party
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tonight called a racist pizza debate party because he has in his apartment. [laughter] apartment. is the apartment. but it did work in 2008 more white people voted for barack obama than any democratic kennedy in over 40 years. and with the wonders that produced. white guilt only produces disaster. and as it has with barack obama you can see my book with last week's debate for four years obama's has been coddled by the media. he had a tough open it with hillary clinton but the life
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of the impeached of ex-president. that is how she made her neighbor across but still better than john mccain even with hillary of all the debate the questions going to obama were so softball that hillary clinton was asked incredibly complicated policy questions for the moderate asks obama if you will like another parallel. [laughter] that was a fair summary. the only standing thing is not how poorly obama's did in that is as good as the emperor was. [applause] if john mccain had been on the stage a with him we would have long faces this week. it was how magnificent mitt romney was in the first time obama had to face a tough
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opponent. his whole life as he says look calm and don't make fast moves he was smoking pot at occidental university not applying himself and can transfer to a premier university in america, colombia, from there you walk into harvard law school and president of the law review then president for two weeks and wins the nobel peace prize? [laughter] this was the first test that he faced and he did not do so well. you see that with stacy negative. they spend so much time fawning over black nine entities like my angelou and barack and michelle obama jazeera three equilibrium
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they are burning with racist words and it comes down on clarence thomas -- thomas and allen was 10 now there is nothing braver than a black conservative. [applause] black people agree with us on policies with their called them racist i think a lot of republicans don't realize there is nothing to be ashamed of. democrats have nothing to be ashamed of. in trees and i tell the story of joe mccarthy were liberals only had to rewrite five years here they have written 200 years for the first hundred liberals refuse to treat blacks like humans in the next century
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they refuse to treat them like adults. that is what we live with now they have switched history to play the games you pour irish cop i will be a civil-rights champion. seven rewrite back they care for five minutes been day put buckling label on everything game marriage come of right scum of voter fraud. what does that have to do with black people? liberals can slander blacks to say they're too stupid to get a photo id. that is their argument instead of voter fraud. that is their favor. that is the ark of the book
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and a summary. i held some of you have started this site can take questions from the audience. [applause] >> c-span is taping so if you have questions please line up before -- behind a microphone so everything is recorded. >> thank you so much i admire you the most of everybody in politics. >> thank you after the mccain is/of all-male action in one article you said if read monetary eighth third world country with a 10 point* strayed -- spread we would be sure there was fraud. and that was the fact.
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because of the amazing expense with the news outlets the. >> i am so disappointed because they have spent so accurate. [laughter] finally it occurred to me poles have often been wrong. there were never wrong in our direction. never. you have the brad the effect a long time brad -- mayor running for reelection and got the chairmen do we have lines the he had won the election based of the polls under returns but then it turns out he had lost. even when they applied the actual results and bolsters
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come back to say they have a good excuse that people are telling us they are not voting for the of black man. i was on the dennis miller show yesterday somebody called and said he brought home the from the roadside and perhaps the wife said you cannot put that up. bebel's a week recess. that is the argument. and then they must reelect the incompetent black president pro i don't know if you can remember that but carry one in the way of slide and the key mike the
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dogs had died when they took on the tv. it did not come out that way. smith said cbs was threatening him you have to concede. he said i don't think i had lost. wrong again. what are the polls mistakenly said the republican and is winning? [laughter] i am not worried about the exit polls. >> i thought you meant the 10 point* spread was in our favor. >> i don't remember the column actually i am suspicious. [laughter] >> what do you think is a possibility improbability of
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ending affirmative action and education. >> i hope very good. with the undergrad and law school center for individual rights we've got that case and one against the law school we lost because of santa day o'connor who said we need 25 more years of affirmative-action zenawi have a constitutional provisions with expiration dates. [laughter] and making the argument with empirical evidence it has been very harmful to black people. of a surprise. liberals try to help end ruin of black people's lives. if it is so little bit it is
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thought so bad that elevating people to schools where videos has higher scores they drop out to take an easy subject and one way liberals have process sad results of affirmative action under the rug by the black studies courses. how they cover the failure of the public-school? affirmative-action. do with the public schools and i should say, whether or not thought it was a mistake to make the argument by don't care if the beneficiary supports race discrimination are not. is unconstitutional. we do not believe that. i don't want to hear about legacy. that is not why we fought the civil war it was to stop race discrimination. unlike some supreme court opinions the way to get pass
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it is not to discriminate. [applause] i think the way to get passes commission is to stop discriminating on the basis of race. that is my thought. [laughter] but this is an example of all liberal feel-good pos it is not to discriminate. [applause] i think the way to get passes commission is to stop discriminating on the basis of race. that is my thought. [laughter] but this is an example of all liberal feel-good policies. and of course, it hurts black people who fall further behind. >> i have a three year-old nephew that learned to be does not get an ice cream if you messes up his room how we evolve into account ability instead of rewarding bad behavior because then you just get more. >> that is a beautiful summary of the first part of
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my book the golden age of racial demagoguery. the criminal behavior, cop killing, and they were a celebrated their angry at society meanwhile you will learn the stories of her own black people fighting with whoppi goldberg takes no courage. [laughter] and to instantly going to the witness protection program. and there is a black minister who saw what was going on and about to be beaten to death the detestable black the minister is yelling black thugs about and said if you
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kill him you have to kill me first. they became great friends. that is a church downtown. that is a hero. we do not have hollywood movies about the black he wrote. [applause] you had maxine waters defend the the man who attacked reginald denny what about those who saved his life? that is a heroic story. but what you say is everybody gets a trophy matter how bad the behavior in the year times would say now we will never know who killed him. they would defend the
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average's behavior until the final bill step was the o.j. verdict with the majority black predict can say no it is okay for a celebrity to nearly 10 of his ex-wife's head and ron goldman. the newspapers did make those excuses there's only one felony conviction of mark furman for allegedly perjuring himself for not using the n word for 10 years but it was nine 1/2. while he was discussing a screenplay and the response he pled two felony perjury and the response was indignation he did not get present time. but it did not matter at the o.j. verdict change the world and it fell on deaf ears. the white guilt bank put
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your card through. it was not working anymore. the best period for irked race relations because demagoguery was useless. >> welcome to beverly hills. i am a governing board member iran as a conservative. i came in first and never hit my registration. there is who. and one councilmember is on the beverly hills city council. coming to the school district it was no longer the white house district but we imbedded conservative values and no trophies or no kool-aid drinking.
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guess what? kids be paid their well-dressed and well mannered and they show up. no more truancy your people cursing at teachers. we want to say is what difference it can make with a leadership. to quote in due by bart culture is created by the media. print media and we see above fox news has done and talk radio why aren't we getting together? >> that is a great idea. >> if you change california i could tell you sacramento is broke and.
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please but against every single tax. [applause] >> this crowd does not need to be reminded. >> the ballot is very long. vote against every single one. it's like giving her a went to a junkie. >> herald-tribune is for sale. how do we by media? >> bella also like to comment on the public-school said. liberals don't favor that but they send their kids to the white private school it does not matter to them but who is by teeing the vouchers to the and mail and al gore was asked in the debate in harlem and he was
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running for president as he was beholden to the teachers' unions a black reporter said if you are so big on the public schools then why do your kids go to private schools? he got angry and said don't bring my children and to this. way to. [laughter] hold on. not so fast. is great to start another fox news but why is that the only game in town? they have 10 times the ratings of cnn but it has not occurred two msnbc they are getting higher ratings of wonder if we should try being fair and balanced? [applause] just a small point* i am doing peers market and a few
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weeks. the reason i have been avoiding it because the pre-tapes than edits i just want it to be live by don't mice naughty remarks back to be added did out. that is all i asked. [applause] i probably but not get it but and example was i was in l.a. more than our jeht chatting with ted koppel. yes, but he is still alive. [laughter] we were arguing the entire time finally said he will take a 302nd club and put it out of context don't you have enough by now? must we go on? he said yes. but we were arguing about my position and i have never
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worked for fox news really tv station workforce is msnbc. [laughter] i + 80 as a factual matter you want both sides i watch msnbc for fun but to find out what is going on i go to fox. among the examples was if you watch msnbc right now, you might miss the story about our ambassador being killed. you know, that they think it is a game changing gaffe by a bit grumpy but they do not know about the speech before the when. i was citing the caliber of the liberals on fat -- baht's news. former vice presidential candidate geraldine ferraro, they have bob
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beckel who is a blowhard but he ran the mondale campaign. susan estrich ran the dukakis campaign, '01 williams, i know there liberals but they are as hard as they come. [laughter] the need while they have people i have never heard of the other social returns represented a -- representing the conservative argument. there's only one partisan host been prime-time. sean hannity. of course, he cites a bill ready. he is middle-of-the-road and he loves the obama's. and ted koppel said he is
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not opinionated? >> yes. rupiah's the best journalists in america. [laughter] he bush agree with me on all of that. [laughter] so then it runs and they have a horrible clip at romney screaming fed koppel says that he is not partisan enough. no. fable ticket clip of you to say yes then say are you a child molester? [laughter] that is why i knew he footage mind in the debates the issue brewery's see but best of all they will not show you that.
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baby because they are scumbag board to repeat. but people see balmy on their own. but my friends would call made during the uprising very. >> i say he has been. you are not watching. sorry. i rambled. [laughter] >> figure for the great work that you do to educate america. my wishes every liberal is required to hear you and i don't know how to do that. >> we are often the only
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conservative college -- voice your kid will hear in four years. syracuse i have dinner with college republicans and they were telling me what happened at a green party meeting and finally said what are you able? he said no. i used to be green. what you doing as a member of the republican club? you spoke here after 9/11 and nobody else was making sense. so i became a republic 10. [applause] -- republican. there is a reason they don't want college students to hear me. >> that leads to my question. i am surrounded by so many liberals to form these opinions on half of the information. try listening to fox news
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no, no, no. one question is how bush used year them to listen to anything that is not liberal based? why can't republicans do a better job to explain conservative values and what can be done? >> host: that is a good question. >> adopter friend recently moved into of medical office, every single one was a liberal now he proudly announced every single one is a republican watching fox news. [laughter]
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we are very proud to be dismissed as liberals because there may have to responses that you are stupid or crazy. thank you. you cannot call me stupid. [laughter] republicans have trouble articulating thing is with the presidential ticket lover republicans and their radius and the elected politicians with is the first time in history republicans have had to very articulate republicans when i was watching the debate i realize for the first time i have not watched a republican candidate speak without a not in my stomach for cry would just a back
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and enjoy. part of it is to the liberals twos. we do have of fair number of conservatives. they're not being invited on hardball. i think chris matthews is so stupid he doesn't realize it but brian christie is running circles around him. >> one things that have noticed but they would have a kerry/collor/obama's sticker and then a lawn
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sign. i could drive all day and they have the obama's side. what do think? >> i'd like to think because of they decide to retaliate by suspect that is not the answer. think there is less support for obama's but who put that sign on this lonesome? >> okay we elected the first black president but give better grasp. >> our side.
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>> by name is harry. all these years. ico i'm media. mostly going to the campuses to take them on right there i was a student in 1965 and that was drawn by the liberal democrats to help take care of people. after hearing that clarence thomas hearings i switched to republican in the. >> that is great after the inability to prosecute
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clinton all the way i became the independeindepende nt it to decide that is the best place i can find. i loved what you said about their courage of the black conservative. it is the subject i have been drawn to in the very beginning and it was in my heart as a student and in the march 2 mcgovern. where it all got started. >> is this leading to a question? we are is the question mark? >> i wanted you to comment on thomas sowell if you don't mind. >> he is the greatest living human. that part of the reason is
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my dedication pluses the crackerjack surprise dedicated to the freest black man in america of you have to read the book would another black man said about another. it is not thomas sowell but people guessed that it was. i like that. but another really important reason we have to get rid of obama's but college liberals don't have a chance now that they have obama in the white house. it is a drag now going from college campuses there discourage. they don't know their slogan get romney in there and the approach testers will comeback. [laughter] with liberal health as well as affirmative action and
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clarence thomas has a beautiful quote on affirmative-action quote team frederick douglass. he was talking to a group of the abolitionist you always wonder what you will do with us. you're doing a bus has caused enough. leave it -- the busload to stand on our own 2 feet. please. >> all of the doing, they were higher not in tow the one requirement was removed removed, say the to fail families but to write as they come out of their role south they're doing better
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points great society kicked him. but they feel good about themselves and pushed on the other related costs and is called the. >> do not love liberals give away with this in a more. [applause] >> i am glad we made the choice to come. i am very, very concerned about the integrity and honesty i don't want to find out that somebody one because they found thousands of balance in somebody's
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trump. order redoing about enhancing to make sure to keep the election august? please be specific. [laughter] >> i feel like i am at the town hall debates. i do have some predictions about that. i don't know. you don't have to worry about it in california. romney will not win but if he could help out but republicans have to win decisively we are aware of the issue and the fact that liberals pull out the heavy guns to say that is racist. it is racist to make sure the people voting are eligible to vote and shows
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how nervous they are. they think you were saying that only black people are too stupid to get the but no identification. of thank you. thank you for coming. [applause] >> remember barack obama speech with the democratic national convention in a rhetorical masterpiece so abraham lincoln gives a dazzling speech with the cooper union speech as a beautiful testament the research he does worthy of praise but when he ran for the senate and barack obama gave the speech and he won.
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abraham lincoln ran from the senate and he lost. think of 1860 think of barack obama pending from the presidency if he had lost the illinois senate election. that is. >> back provisos list -- the lessons that could be learned to the talks to richard presser on after words. >> at the national press club alternate now he has his first book i wrote to free focus on the last 18 was the if an advocate for
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women's rights but to smack you spent goodyear is where friend avert well-respected it was the first class of black progress men and. i can also help finance it. douglas was reluctant but 1870 that brought in from is frederick douglass and
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washington because with him involved in local politics with the modern republican of party you was very much the republican party man. washington d.c. got self-government and was the first non-voting delegates to see that position he then continued as president of the friedman bank. he moved his family here. it has been many issues but we've learned about him but
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to go as the abolition does but later in life he has been ignored. spending time in washington and i started to look into his later life and there wasn't much written but it is a great opportunity. >> from the 1960's jfk signed but federal douglas historic site open to. with the national park service there is about 40,000 visitors every year. and high on the hill you can see the washington monument to the left and the u.s. capitol dome to the right. it is a majestic view and
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open seven days a week. >> soapy quote would read the book 1/2 not then there but to revisit. >> laraque reader at the douglas house, . >> the current curator he is a retired now but he was and then university archivists. >> he is the author of frederick douglass. thank you
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been acquitted soviet union announces tomorrow if he attacks there will be nuclear war? >> that is a serious thing that we will be on easy. we have to use something i will say this i want my own people to be very alert.
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>> hang on tight. >> a fascinating moment. eisenhower tells him to have his people alert. of course, they are alert they are on edge and then he says haying on tight that even on this day they can show a little bit especially during this crisis i think they had a sense of how lonely it is. giving all kinds of a price, faulty advice which kennedy was from the joint chiefs and eisenhower knew about faulty military and rice and could speak with authority about the dangers as well as the event is. he was a useful ally

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Ann Coulter Education. (2012) 'Mugged Racial Demagoguery From the Seventies to Obama.'

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